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I have installed odoo 8.0 in my computer. But now i want to move it to my IIS server and want to use from other computers remotely just like website. But i dont have idea about how i do changes in config file. Currently i am able to access it from my localhost only like localhost:8069. But i want to make it available on www.example.com which is my IIS route. Even i tried to copy my folder there and changed addon path in config file. but i am not able to access it from any other computer from remote using web address.
I was having a similar problem. I just downloaded and installed 10.0 on my server, added a bunch of apps, and wanted to access it from my workstation without RDP'ing into the server. I couldn't figure out how to do it.
The problem turned out to be a firewall rule. Once I opened port 8069 on the firewall, I could connect to the server! Yay me!
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